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Aviation climate deal seen as a win for airlines, less so for the planet

Monday, October 10, 2016 - 05:50
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The United Nations deal to clean up pollution from international aviation may cost airlines as much as US$23.9 billion annually by 2035. The companies see it as a victory.

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THE United Nations deal to clean up pollution from international aviation may cost airlines as much as US$23.9 billion annually by 2035. The companies see it as a victory.

The landmark deal brokered in Montreal last week creates a global system requiring airlines to